Chain Lock Steel-O-Chain™ 810 Neon

Show your colours with this ABUS bicycle lock. Do not leave anything to chance when securing your bike and benefit from its ease of use.

Chain Lock Steel-O-Chain™ 810 Neon


The Steel-O-Chain™ 810 NEON Chain Lock is particularly striking with its luminous paint.

Even an ABUS bicycle lock can reward courage to use bold colours. Everybody can see straight away that your bicycle is well secured. With its 8 mm square chain, the Steel-O-Chain™ 810 NEON Chain Lock offers great protection against a medium risk of theft. Moreover, protection against drilling of the automatic cylinder and shock-resistant materials in the lock body contribute to the fact that the chain lock is difficult to crack, even under brutal attacks.


  • Specially hardened 8 mm square chain with textile sleeve to protect against damage to the paintwork and chrome
  • Shock-resistant materials protect lock body from brutal attacks
  • Automatic cylinder with protection against drilling and user-friendly reversible key
  • Two keys are supplied in the scope of delivery

Operation and use:

  • Outstanding protection in situations where there is a medium risk of theft
  • Ideal for securing high-cost bicycles
  • The longer it is, the easier it is to lock to a fixed object


  • Comfortable transportation by compactly folding the chain around the seat post
  • For protected transportation, we recommend (as an example) the frame bags ST 200 or ST 3250 (for lengths up to 110 cm)


  • Particularly practical handling because only one end of the chain has to be locked


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